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22 of 22 people found the following review helpful
on June 2, 2005
Format: PaperbackVerified Purchase
This is a well written book with lots of interesting information about growing poppies and home lab drug manufacture in general. What I found amusing is how the author so glibly advocated "stealing" all your supplies. In fact, there was an area of discussion about making poppyseed tea where the author instructs the reader to consider stealing the poppyseeds from the grocery store since otherwise it will cost $35-50!! I got a few laughs, learned quite a bit, and got my money's worth on this out of print book for which I paid $150.00. I certainly don't intend to manufacture heroin, but it was an informative and well written book. It sure took alot of courage to go to press with a book like this.
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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful
on March 26, 1999
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"Researched and written by the same brilliant author responsible for 'Invisible Marijuana and Mushroom Gardens', 'Hydroponic Heroin' details a thorough schematic that even a drug-free blackthumb can successfully utilise.
Although the briefest of histories regarding opium and its respective derivatives opens up this manual, all the other aspects are fleshed out so as to include nearly any and all information needed to carry out such an endeavour. The risks of addiction, the indescribable pain pain of kicking the habit, how to obtain without problems the materials required, how to sprout the seeds and care for the plants, how to secure the growing room from the prying eyes and pesky praetorians (the latter of which are perpetually pursuing avenues that offer easy targets by which they justify their measly "careers"), rules and repercussions regarding the risk of possession, dosages, overdose antidotes and so forth.
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful
on May 26, 1999
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Learn how to easily make your own heroin, morphine, laudanum, and other opium narcotics with this thin-yet-packed illegal recipe book. I made a batch of opium seed tea the first night I read the book! I wigged hard! Thanx Robert Neil Bunch!
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17 of 20 people found the following review helpful
on April 6, 1999
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I never thought I could browse a bookstore and find and buy a book that deals with drug use in such frank, honest terms. Robert Bunch slowly reveals the untruth spread to the general public concerning the danger of recreational heroin usage.
He also covers the history of opium and how it became renowned as a widely-accepted curative. Not many people know that Bayer (yes, like the children's aspirin manufacturer) had a big hand in bringing the poppy's magic to the new land.
I'm not sure if Bunch has ever imbibed, but he sure does leave one wondering what it would be like to join the horde of famous artists who were known for their love of opium and its byproducts. A week after I read it, I germinated my first poppies!
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on September 2, 2013
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Nothing against the seller. The book itself is fair. However, the price is way too high. The sources are outdated & the photography is absolutely terrible. It's less then 100 pages & while thorough, you will need far more resources to be successful. If you are buying this book for any other reason then what the title reads... Your fine.
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This book is a veritable classic among such literature, and it's brevity is archetypal for said genre. However, as concerns the price... You guys do realise that this is an out-of-print book which is available for free download in PDF format on the internet, right?
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
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This thin book has some interesting info for anyone interested in growing poppies themselves. I do believe it is very much overpriced though, and I would not order it, if I had it to do again.
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8 of 14 people found the following review helpful
on March 22, 2000
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I was very happy to recieve my book. Honestly, I haven't done a good, thorough read, front to back. However, I think I can tell you that this book has much hydroponic,light, fertilizer,etc. info. Not what I wanted; however, there is, buried among the side info, good info.Harvesting/processing good.Better than nothing!
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10 of 42 people found the following review helpful
on September 28, 2002
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I loved this book so much I put together a huge system and processed my own heroin. I destroyed my whole system though because one night I tripped on the poppies so hard that I thought the elaborate system i made was a spaceship from the planet Zoltar.

Anthony Kiedis
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